American Flute Retreat: Tucson

The American Flute Retreat is a weekend coaching event in which you will receive personal and chamber music coaching from flutists Laurel Zucker and Caleb Hathaway. In this inaugural year, we are going to be in the beautiful southwest landscape of southern Arizona. Join us for a fun weekend of learning, making music and supporting the community! Click here for more info!

Amp Giveaway Extended!

Iron Horse Guitar Amps is giving away either a Heritage 40 Watt Combo amp or a Prophet Hi-Gain Head!
👉 Come down to Chicago Music Store (Downtown or Speedway Location) and test drive an Iron Horse amp today.
👉 Enter for a chance to win a custom-made hand built amp!
Drawing to be held on October 16th at our Speedway location (5646 E Speedway Blvd)
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Congrats to Our Grad!

Congratulations to our very own! Diamond L. is graduating from Tucson High School as the Head Drum Major and Varsity Cheer Captain. Go Badgers! Next up is the Pride of Arizona! We can’t wait to see Diamond thrive!

We Did it Again!

Thank you Tucson for voting us Best Music Store in the Arizona Daily Star! That makes it over 5 years in a row! We look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces in the coming months! Stay safe Tucson!

Our sanitation efforts continue here in our stores as we are working hard everyday to keep our locations clean and safe. Adhering to Tucson Ordinance Number 11767, we do require a face covering to enter our stores. We appreciate your cooperation efforts as we continue to fight the pandemic as a community.  If you are unable to wear a face covering, curbside pickup is always available at both locations.


Current Store Hours: 
Downtown: (Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm)
Eastside: (Monday-Friday 10am-5:30pm, Saturday 10am-5:00pm)
Both Stores Closed Sunday

We are also available by appointment, please call Mark at (520) 239-6568.

New Arrivals


Kurzweil Music Systems

Kurzweil Music Systems was born in 1982 with Stevie Wonder as musical advisor. The first prototype of the Kurzweil 250 was unveiled at the June 1983 NAMM show and people were amazed that both the look and feel of a grand piano was realistically captured in an electronic instrument for the first time. The K250 started shipping in 1984 and it quickly became recognized as the first computerized instrument to faithfully capture the grand piano, which was confirmed in A-B tests with pianists.



NUX made its industry debut in 2006. Whether a professional singer-songwriter, hobbyist, weekend warrior, or the next star, NUX has a wide range of analog and digital products to satisfy any musical genre.